Factory settings in Acer® Veriton
Acer Veriton Desktop Computers provide a very powerful processor, super capacity hard drive, and other excellent features. This computer provides support to all the tasks which you need to perform daily. Although Acer Veriton is categorized as a basic system, the features and support it provides is far beyond advanced. The Intel Core 2 Duo processor provides a higher level of performance with advance layout of the system.
- Need of restoring factory settings
- Tips to restore factory settings
- Things to keep in mind while restoring factory settings
Need of restoring factory settings
There are many reasons where you may need to restore settings for Acer Veriton. When the system doesn’t work properly or gets corrupt or if you want to clean the memory then it is necessary to restore the system to its original factory settings. While restoring the computer to its original factory settings it will clean the C:drive and remove all the viruses and old programs from the system that makes your computer slow.
Tips to restore factory settings
Acer Veriton system includes a button called OBR (One Button Recovery) button which makes restoring of your system easy and prompt. Once you click on OBR button it will start the restoring and you need to follow the screen instructions carefully. The Acer Veriton will automatically find and install all the latest drivers that you need for your system. Once the installation is complete you need to reboot the system to finish the restore process. For restoring the factory settings you need to have the manufacturing CD or you can restore it with the help of BIOS.
Since restoring in Acer Veriton causes all the programs to get removed from the system, always take a backup either in a CD or a USB drive for all your important work before restoring the system. If you are initiating the recovery operation when the operating system is running, it will result in an abnormal shutdown and may make your current operating system unusable. So never try to restore when an operating system is running.